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By  Baustigt  |  40

And the biggest tragedy is, the restaurant only gave you two dinner rolls. How will you decide who gets the ends?! Sure, it may not seem like much now. But what about the second round of dinner rolls, and the third? Get out now, OP, and spare yourself the heartache of living the rest of your life with only two thirds of a dinner roll.

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By  pos20  |  20

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  Elesai  |  19

We don't know that the date wanted him there at all. We also don't know whether she said anything or not. You can't blame the date for the ex deciding to invite himself.

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  Zebediabolical  |  36

If you let an ex join you for dinner, you're clearly ok with it. And OP deserves it for not asking the ex to leave or leaving himself. And I sure as hell hope he didn't pay.

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  Corey122726  |  17

You know, It is okay for ex anything to be friends even though they may no longer be together. Some people realize they are better off as friends and split up. Now in his defense, she should have said something to the effect of her ex does still come around, but strictly on a friend to friend basis. In this instance he was unaware, therefore possible threatened by his presence. Obviously I could be wrong by not knowing OP's female companion on a personal level, but there is always that possibility.

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  brewmasterg  |  32

#27, it's one thing to still be friends with your ex-partner, and a whole other thing to invite yourself out to dinner with them on a date. That's intrusive and weird. Obviously we don't know if OP's date was okay with this which is a pretty important piece of the puzzle.

By  immaloser95  |  28

I would have asked him to leave. And when I say ask, I mean tell him to get the fuck out. He's her ex, and doesn't really have the right to interfere with her or your date night. I really hope you didn't pay for his mean, even if it was a petite salad.

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  nonsensical  |  25

Everyone's saying that OP should have told him to leave, which i agree with, but what about his date?? Shouldnt she have been the one to make the guy leave? and if he didnt listen to her then OP step in to put some sexy authority into the situation? and then the ex woulda left and the girl would have been so infatuated with the way OP handled things, and then they'd go home and make sweet, sweet lov-- hmm i think i got a little sidetracked... what was i saying?

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  immaloser95  |  28

I agree, she should have said something. But Frankly, if it were me, I might just be too shocked or embarassed to do anything. I feel really sorry for his girl, and I think he should have been man enough to stand up to the other guy.

By  Baustigt  |  40

And the biggest tragedy is, the restaurant only gave you two dinner rolls. How will you decide who gets the ends?! Sure, it may not seem like much now. But what about the second round of dinner rolls, and the third? Get out now, OP, and spare yourself the heartache of living the rest of your life with only two thirds of a dinner roll.

By  Reider022  |  16

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By  DavidKnows  |  11

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He could find those things out on his own, with time he would get to know her he doesn't need to ask her ex stuff like that besides I doubt he would of been very truthful about since he was already trying to cock block OP by inviting himself on their date.

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Yea, I prefer to learn about someone from my own personal experiences with them. Not everyone is the same with every person, and her ex is going to most likely be pretty biased, and not the right person to ask. especially when it sounds like he was trying to sabotage her date.

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